Bedford College may refer to:
- Bedford College (Australia) – a private vocational college based in Glebe, New South Wales, Australia
- Bedford College (Bedford) – a further education college based in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
- Bedford College of Higher Education - a former higher education college based in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England
- Bedford College (London) – a former university college in London, England
Other articles related to "bedford college, college":
... Further Education courses have been provided on Bedford College's Cauldwell Street campus under some name since World War II, although its roots can be ... Following construction of the college's six-storey tower block, opened on 19 June 1959, the College became known as Mander College of Further Education ... The college was named after Sir Frederick Mander, who was Chairman of Bedfordshire County Council at the time of the tower's construction ...
... the South Villa Estate in Regent's Park was taken by the Illinois-based liberal arts college Rockford College, as the campus for the newly established Regent's College, a higher education ... In 1985, Regent's College acquired the former campus of the University of London's Bedford College in Regent's Park ... The site was leased by Bedford College in 1908, and a new set of buildings designed by the architect Basil Champneys was opened by Queen Mary in 1913 ...
... Elizabeth Jesser Reid Founder (1849–1864) then run by committee until first principal appointed Dame Emily Penrose First principal (1893–1898) also Royal Holloway (1898–1907) Ethel Hurlbatt (1898–1906) Dame Margaret Jansen Tuke (1907–1929) Geraldine Emma May Jebb (1930–1951) Norah Lillian Penston (1951–1964) Elizabeth Millicent Chilver (1964–71) later Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford Professor John Nicholson Black (1971–81) Professor Dorothy Wedderburn, last Principal of Bedford College (1981–1985). ...
... Bedford College, University of London, was founded in London in 1849 as a higher education college for the education of women ... In 1900, the college became a constituent school of the University of London ... The college became fully coeducational in the 1960s ...
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